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Scientists at UF/IFAS want residents, property owners, and pest control operators to know the areas of risk and how to limit that risk through proactive science-based approaches.  more
Development regulators are genes that regulate plant development and growth. UF/IFAS scientists have discovered that one such gene can help deliver DNA into a plant to promote shoot growth.  more
When the Loop Current reaches this far north this early in the hurricane season – especially during what’s forecast to be a busy season – it can spell disaster for residents in Florida. more
The toxic blooms have been related to serious health problems and deaths in Florida. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services have declared an Unusual Mortality Event for Florida Manatees, with over 1,600 confirmed deaths since December 2020. more
Scientists at the University of Florida are the first to grow plants in soil from the Moon. They used soil collected during the Apollo 11, 12, and 17 missions. more
Strawberry farmers worldwide may get help from new University of Florida research that shows a way to battle one of the fruit’s fiercest foes. more
Two consecutive months of above-average rainfall in northeast Florida still leave parts of the St. Johns River Water Management District’s southern region abnormally dry. more
My life as a professional small boy, zoo director, and wildlife photographer, has been anything but dull. In fact, it might be said that my survival thus far has been nothing less than miraculous. more
The Atlantic Hurricane Season officially begins June 1, but since 2015, there has consistently been a named storm before the start of every season. more
America’s cities rely on a half-dozen species for the majority of their street and park trees. But there are so many more kinds of trees that you could plant and grow. more
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